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    military presses with ez curl bar

    does anyone find that military presses are uncomfortable with a straight bar? i think it feels more natural with dumbells or ez curl bar. just wondering if i was way off on this. thanks.

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    an ez curl bar? i dont think that would work very well. i dunno.
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    Dumbbells ok... EZ curl bar? Why?
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